Non-objective space in the world of art
In this program, Mr. Fitzpatrick discusses the vital and revolutionary change that the constructions of the modern engineer with new materials have upon our thinking in art, particularly in the field of sculpture. Looking at large photographs of bridges, fire escapes, and TV antennas, we are conscious of the open-work build-up, the thrust, the tensions of modern constructions that stimulate the artist’s imagination toward new and dynamic art creativity. Materials such as wire, sheet metal, string, plaster, and wood are used in non-objective space designs, stabile and mobile.
WQED-TV; Joseph Fitzpatrick; Sam Silberman
Indiana University Audio-Visual Center; National Educational Television
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1 Film (0:29:10); 16mm
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IULMIA Film Database: 40000003234459; Other: GR00442380; MDPI Barcode: 40000003234459
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